The National Association of Biology Teachers named David Upegui, Central Falls High School teacher, the 2014 recipient of the Evolution Education Award. This award recognizes “innovative classroom teaching and community education” in biological evolution.
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Students from six coastal and island high schools (Deer Isle-Stonington, George Stevens Academy, Vinalhaven, North Haven, Narraguagus and Mount Desert Island) gathered on Hurricane Island in Penobscot Bay to kick-off the second year of the Eastern Maine Skippers Program and their collaborative, year-long project addressing the question, “How can the impact of the green crab population be controlled in a way that conserves the marine ecosystem and encourages new industry?”
South Burlington High School students can now tap into a formal partnership with the University of Vermont aimed at helping more teens earn college credits.
It’s a happy day on the playground at the Sustainability Academy in Burlington. The autumn sun is shining, the air is fresh, and the children are enjoying an extra recess, a bonus that principal Brian Williams extends in exchange for hard work and good behavior.
At the NEASS annual Fall Conference Virginia M. Barry, Ph.D. was awarded the President’s Award, presented this year by Nate Greenberg, President, New England Association of School Superintendents.
In growing numbers, Rhode Island schools are moving away from paper and pencil to laptops, from books and notepads to the “cloud.”
Starting in the 2015-16 school year, students in freshman English classes at Winnacunnet High School will no longer be separated into different proficiency levels such as basic or honors.